Guided tour through the exhibition “Alan Ford Running a Lap of Honor”
Part of the exhibition: Alan Ford's Lap of Honour
On Saturday, February 20, at 1 p.m., the Museum of Yugoslavia will host a tour through the guest exhibition “Alan Ford Running a Lap of Honor”. On this occasion, Lazar Džamić, expert associate at the exhibition and author of “Flower Shop in the House of Flowers”, a study on the phenomenon of success of the comic “Alan Ford” in Yugoslavia, will present visitors with a brief history of this comic and refer them to lesser known facts about “Alan Ford”, drawing their attention to its perception in the Yugoslav context.
Due to the limited number of visitors who can stay in the Museum complex at the same time, it is necessary to register via form.
At the exhibition “Alan Ford Running a Lap of Honor”, 152 original drawing boards from the early period of comics (1969-1975) were shown from the time when Luciano Secchi aka Max Bunker worked as a screenwriter with Roberto Raviola aka Magnus as a cartoonist, as well as three title pages with drawings by Paolo Pifarerio.
Rare editions of the comic book “Alan Ford” are also shown within the exhibition from the collections of Marijan Matić, Vladimir Jakovljević and Mario Reljanović.
The exhibition is organized by the Museum of Yugoslavia and the Institute of Culture and Education from Ljubljana, in cooperation with the National Gallery of Slovenia, the Italian Institute of Culture in Belgrade and the Yugoslav Film Archive.
In addition to Džamić, Dr. Andrej Smrekar is an expert associate at the exhibition. The design of the original exhibition was done by Ranko Novak, while Marica Bucek and Dejan Todorović were in charge of the adaptation of the Belgrade exhibition.
The realization of the exhibition has been helped by the Embassy of Slovenia in Belgrade, Erste Bank and S-Leasing, Vip mobile, Montprojekt, Traco invest, Triglav osiguranje and Soko inžinjering.
The exhibition is open until February 28, 2021.
- Day: 20.02-20.02.2021
- Time: 13:00
- Capacity: 50
The Origins: The Background for Understanding the Museum of Yugoslavia
Creation of a European type of museum was affected by a number of practices and concepts of collecting, storing and usage of items.
New Mappings of Europe
Starting from the Museum collection as the main source for researching social phenomena and historical moments important for understanding the experience of life in Yugoslavia, the exhibition examines the Yugoslav heritage and the institution of the Museum